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- Publisher: [United States] : National Geographic : 2009.
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Death Valley National Park is a land of extremes. It's the driest place in the U.S., the lowest place in the Western Hemisphere and, at one time, the hottest location recorded on earth. Yet here, in this seemingly inhospitable chasm more than 1,000 species of plant thrive and, several animal species are found here that live nowhere else on Earth. Journey with National Geographic, from the park's highest peak to its lowest point and meet the scientists who are working to protect this wild place.
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